Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the QB position. The best rating is +16 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the worst rating is -16 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Although Campbell won just one of his eight spot-starts with the Cleveland Browns last season, the journeyman passer proved that he still could competently lead an offense. Campbell passed for an average of 251 yards, 1.4 touchdowns and one interception per game. The 32-year-old triggerman is reunited with new Cincinnati offensive coordinator Hue Jackson. Campbell played some of the best football of his career under Jackson for two seasons with the Oakland Raiders (2010 and 2011), so the 10th-year pro obviously knows Jackson's system. Although Campbell has a strong arm, his accuracy can be streaky. The Bengals have emphasized from the get-go that Andy Dalton is their starter, and Campbell is no threat to his job. They've also stated that Dalton needs to cut down on his turnovers after turning the ball over 23 times last season, not counting the three he had in the Bengals' Wild Card playoff loss to the Chargers. Dalton hasn't missed a regular-season start in three years, so don't count on seeing Campbell under center in meaningful regular-season action. Although Campbell would rate as a marginal fantasy QB2 if pressed into starting duties, he won't torpedo the fantasy value of A.J. Green and Cincinnati's other receivers.
I was wondering your thoughts on the 2013 Bengals. Whether fan, foe from the AFC North, or general observer.
I am trying to be as unbiased as possible, but I legitimately see a 9-7, 10-6 year with the division crown. Both Pitt and Baltimore seem ...
Thursday came the news of Chad Ochocinco saying that he wanted to see Terrell Owens sign with the Bengals. During a party in Miami on Friday, which was attended by coach Marvin Lewis, Owens said that he would change his name to Ochouno if he came to ...
I can't believe nobody comes to the team talk and we are 7-2. We should be 10- 2 after Oakland, Cleveland, and Detroit. At least 9-3. I thought at the start of the year we might be a fringe playoff team at 9-7, I couldn't see better than 10-6. ...
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2008 Draft Central
Average Draft Position (ADP) Tracker
Round 10, Pick 11
Positives New coach is QB friendly.
So far looks like no effects of injury.
Offense continues to improve. Negatives Coming back from injury.
Plays in a division of strong defenses.
Offense looking weak so far in preseason.
New coach. Draft Strategy Great second QB pick for late in round 10. (Contributed by: DAFLCommish)
Round 11, Pick 11
Positives A big confident QB, in a west coast offense. His strengths are in the short game a staple of the west coast offense. The Rookie receivers are big and a nice fit for the West coast offense. Looking good in preseason. Negatives This is his his 6th different offense dating back to his college career. Showed a tendency to make bad decisions last year and force the football. Draft Strategy Wanted to grab another QB because the ones I have have injury histories. I like what I have seen of this offense and Campbell in particular during the preseason. (Contributed by: Mad_Puppy)
Round 11, Pick 7
Positives Young player who shows potential, and has been handed the keys to an offense with some pretty good weapons. Negatives Will make some young QB mistakes, and probably won't have many big stat days. Draft Strategy I waited a long time to get my backup QB. I really like Campbell's potential, but if he doesn't work out, I can probably get someone better on the waiver wire. Hopefully I won't need him for anything other than Hasselbeck's bye week. (Contributed by: pcfountain)